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Well the Orchestrator CEP is about to ramp up in a big way, we’ve had the introduction meeting and set the scene and the first product team meeting is next week! You still have time to sign up and be part of the program … we have over 500 other keen participants with a rich community already building in the portal. You can sign up at http://msft.it/cep.
You can download the Meeting details in the Orchestrator CEP Portal which includes an Outlook ICS file to import directly into your calendars .
And to get you going quickly, today we are posting a VHD that is all set and configured ready for the Orchestrator install.
So, get involved in the CEP and join this growing community!
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